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2003 [seccion] 1 del Codex Iuris Canonici del 1917 enunciava: <<Quivis fidelis vel legitimus Christifidelium coetus ius habent petendi ut causa apud tribunal competens instruatur>>, configurando un vero e proprio diritto, sgorgante quale conseguenza del battesimo nella Chiesa cattolica.
[38] V Coetus (1983): "Hola y bienvenidos a las sintonias de las radios libres, independientes y municipales".
39: 'Est igitur, inquit Africanus, 'res publica I res populi, populus autem non omnis hominum coetus quoquo modo congregatus, sed coetus multitudinis iuris consensu et utilitatis communione sociatus .
Upon De Ronde's arrival, he was approached by leaders of New York's Dutch Reformed Church "who anticipated their congregation soon would need another minister." (21) His preaching was praised as "so pleasing" (22) that he was hired by the Collegiate Church "with the understanding that he was to join the Coetus." (23)
Algunos de los puntos doctrinales destacados son: el reconocimiento de la "providencia divina" como causa de este desarrollo eclesiologico (3), la analogia (simili ratione) entre las conferencias y los patriarcados de Oriente (LG 23d), entre coetus episcoporum y coetus ecclesiarum, tambien la semejanza con los sinodos y concilios provinciales (CD 36), la potestad legislativa reconocida a las conferencias (CD 38,4), ademas de la recomendacion acerca de la difusion de esta institucion "nacida fuera del derecho canonico" (4) a toda la Iglesia Catolica en el mundo (CD 37).
Historiis me, Galle, tuis tandem assue, ut omnes Concelebrent coetus et spissa Trapezia, et Vrbis Sit nullus coetus nec deuius angulus in quem Non penetret Verzosa tuus rumore iocoso.
Alla vigilia del terzo periodo il papa aveva ricevuto una lettera firmata da dodici vescovi (tra cui alcuni del Coetus Internationalis Patrum) che manifestavano la loro inquietudine per la mancanza di precisione dei termini e dei concetti in certi schemi.
Se constituyo asi el primer nucleo del coetus florentino de los entusiastas seguidores del poeta y humanista.
A second group were some traditionalist bishops from Latin American, Italian and Spanish bishops (the Coetus Internationalis Patrum) who argued that Nostra Aetate tenets were against the ordinary teaching and tradition of the church as expressed in the Scriptures and teaching of church fathers, councils and popes, in particular because it failed to affirm that God's old covenant with the Jews has been superseded by the New Covenant.
El Tractatus ad Laudem gloriosae Virginis Matris, importante texto medieval escrito en prosa latina en el siglo XII y atribuido a San Bernardo, invoca a la Virgen como el "Paraiso de todas las delicias", con las expresiones propias del lenguaje veterotestamentario: "Beatissima Virgo Maria, tu es vivum vivi Dei templum, Spiritus sancti sacrarium, cella pigmentaria, thalamus Sponsi, aureum vivi Salomonis reclinatorium, lectus coelestium nuptiarum, coetus aromatum, paradisus omnium deliciarum" (Migne, 1844-1865: vol.
The urban populace thus defined distorts the Augustinian concept of the collective populus as "coetus multitudinis rationalis rerum quas diligit concordi communione sociatus" [an assembled multitude of rational creatures bound together by a common agreement as to the objects of their love].42 This definition allowed Augustine to acknowledge that pagan Rome was in fact a res publica whose love objects led to the city's social and moral decline.